The UK is to strengthen its drone laws in response to users who forced the closure of London Gatwick Airport, resulting in hundreds of canceled flights and inconveniencing tens of thousands of passengers in the run-up to the Christmas break. London Heathrow Airport briefly suspended departures on Jan. 8 to investigate a drone sighting. New powers will allow police to require remote pilots to land their drones and produce proper documentation. They will also be able to seize a drone and ...

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